Welcome to the Weekly SUMmary - 12/25/2020
While I may not be the most religious person, I like to think that I am able to get in the Holiday spirit and be thankful for everything I have. For me, the Holidays are a time to reflect and enjoy the time with family. Luckily school breaks and fewer people going into offices or working in general forces a "break" to allow for this reflection. Too often life gets in our way and can provide us with easy excuses that allow us to become burdened with stresses or the struggles that life can bring. I know there are many out there whom are overburdened and there may not be room for much happiness. I am happy to help anyone struggling in any way I can. Fortunately, it seems many are willing to assist others as a quick search of locations that provide food during the holidays ("soup kitchens" etc.) do not have space for additional volunteers. I challenge us all to make too many volunteers a common problem in the year ahead.
My favorite memories are time spent with family during the holidays, the smells of great food and other aromas of a full house. I hope you can find the holiday spirit this year.
What's your favorite memory? I'm truly interested.
Again, I wish everyone the happiest of Holidays and I look forward to seeing everyone in person as soon as possible.
Thank you for being a friend.